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Holmes Chapel Music @ Clonter
Sat 29 October
Richard Strauss – Till Eulenspiegel
Dvorak – String Quintet Op. 77
Beethoven – Septet
There are some tickets left for this Saturday’s Ensemble 360 concert, and you are not too late to book in.
This will be the first concert firmly integrated into the list of Clonter events, but with the continued expertise and support of the former Holmes Chapel Music Society Committee, and generously sponsored by a long standing supporter of both the HCMS and Clonter.
Praised by The Guardian as “one of the most adaptable chamber groups in the country”, Ensemble 360 is renowned for its virtuoso performances, bold programming and engaging interpretations of music ranging from baroque duos, through classical quartets to new commissions for all eleven players.
Formed in 2005 to take up residency at Sheffield’s Cruczible Studio Theatre, Ensemble 360 quickly gained an enviable national reputation. The group takes its name from the intimacy and immediacy of the Crucible’s in-the-round space, which influenced their performance and ethos to give audiences a ‘360 degree experience’ that goes beyond the traditions of classical concerts.
Benjamin Nabarro (Violin), Claudia Ajmone-Marsan (Violin), Rachel Roberts (Viola), Gemma Rosefield (Cello), Tim Gibbs (Double Bass), Robert Plane (Clarinet), Amy Harman (Bassoon) and Naomi Atherton (Horn)
Ticket Pricing & Booking Information.
Tickets £10, £15, £20, £25, Students & Children £5
Group Discount (10% Discount) 10+
Doors Open 2pm
Performance Starts 3pm
Interval 30 minutes
Drink Arrangements – Since May, the bar has been under new management, and all drink consumed inside the premises must be purchased from the bar. These may be ordered in advance. Click here to view our Wine & Bar List. Pre-order drinks facilities for this event close at 4pm this Friday.